Ford to end U.S. sedan sales

On Wednesday, Ford announced a new, more aggressive cost-cutting plan that will have a significant impact on its U.S. product lineup.

110 years after it began production of the first mass-market automobile, the Model T, Ford is exiting the mainstream passenger car market in the U.S.… Read the rest

Goodbye to the American car?

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal (paid subscription required), Ford and General Motors are planning to kill off some well-known models in the near future.

Ford, which has already moved production of the Focus to to its plant in Hermosillo, Mexico,  has announced that it will build next generation of the Fusion in China — and may not even bring the next Fusion to the U.S.… Read the rest